Pittsburgh 2013 - Twenty-three Sessions, Five Tours, Three Private Evening Events, and One Unforgettable Experience!
The annual Statewide Conference on Heritage will be held at the historic William Penn Hotel in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The conference will begin on Tuesday, July 16th with pre-conference workshops and will conclude on Friday, July 19th.
Pittsburgh’s industrial past, rich ethnic heritage, vibrant and well-preserved downtown, and stunning collection of historic bridges provide the perfect backdrop for a lively discussion about how to preserve historic and archaeological resources. Please visit the conference program for the full schedule of events.
With twenty-three sessions and workshops, five tours, and three evening events, the Statewide Conference on Heritage provides attendees with an action packed week at an affordable price. General registration rates are set at $135 and include access to all sessions, select walking tours, and two evening events—the private cruise on the Gateway Clipper and the conference reception. Please visit the Registration Page for additional information.
The Statewide Conference on Heritage will be headquartered at the historic William Penn Hotel in the heart of Pittsburgh. The renowned William Penn Hotel was designed by architects Benno Janssen and Franklin Abbott and built by Henry Clay Frick in 1916. All conference attendees are offered a discounted guest room rate of $119
a night for the duration of the conference. Please make reservations by visiting the Conference Hotel & Headquarters Page.
Please do not delay in making your reservation; there are a limited number of rooms available and the guest room rate expires on June 18th.
Please check back for updates or contact Jennifer Horn at email@example.com or 717-234-2310 ext. 19 for more information. Pictured: Smithfield Street Bridge. Photo courtesy of Louise Sturgess, Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation.
AICP Planners: CM Credit Information
You may earn AICP CM credits for the 2013 Statewide Conference on Heritage by using the self-report option. The session must meet CM criteria for approval. See details about CM criteria on the self-reporting information page at the AICP section of www.planning.org. AICP members may self-report up to 8 CM credits per two-year reporting period. 1 CM credit equals 1 contact hour of instruction. AICP members must log self-report credits themselves at their AICP credit page. While the credits will automatically be added to a member's log, CM staff may contact you to provided further documentation.
2012 Conference Proceedings
Speaker PowerPoint presentations and handouts from the 2012 Conference are available on the proceedings page.